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  1. The Alleged Menace of Peace
    The Outlook, February 23, 1916, pp. 475-477
  2. American Business as Affected by Peace and Preparedness
    The Composite Opinion of 1,629 American Business Men
    The Outlook, May 24, 1916, pp. 224-229
  3. The American Tax-Gatherer
    The Outlook, October 23, 1918, pp. 291-293
  4. Bernard Baruch, the Chairman of the War Industries Board
    A Personal Portrait
    The Outlook, May 8, 1918, pp. 64-65
  5. Big Business Junior in America
    The Automobile Industry
    The Outlook, November 24, 1915, pp. 757-762
  6. Big Business Junior in America
    III. Refrigeration and Artificial Ice
    The Outlook, March 22, 1916, pp. 713-717
  7. Big Business Junior: The Chain Grocery Store
    The Outlook, November 22, 1916, pp. 686-690
  8. Commerce and Finance
    Notes upon the Economic Aspects of the World's Affairs
    The Outlook, April 4, 1914, pp. 766-770
  9. Commerce and Finance
    Competition in Banking---Two Systems: State and Federal
    The Outlook, April 11, 1914, pp. 812-815
  10. Commerce and Finance
    Random Reflections upon the Feeling and Facts of Business
    The Outlook, April 18, 1914, pp. 860-863
  11. Commerce and Finance
    The Outlook, April 25, 1914, pp. 947-951
  12. Commerce and Finance
    The Business Value of a European Trip to an American
    The Outlook, August 1, 1914, pp. 816-818
  13. Commerce and Finance
    Notes upon the Economic Outlook
    The Outlook, August 8, 1914, pp. 870-872
  14. Commerce and Finance
    The Overture of War as Heard in Wall Street
    The Outlook, August 15, 1914, pp. 934-936
  15. Commerce and Finance
    America's Opportunities and Its Problems; An Anglo-American Chamber of Commerce
    The Outlook, August 22, 1914, pp. 1015-1016
  16. Commerce and Finance
    The Commercial By-Products of the War
    The Outlook, August 29, 1914, pp. 1067-1069
  17. Commerce and Finance
    The Expansion of Europe's National Debt
    The Outlook, December 23, 1914, pp. 968-971
  18. Commerce and Finance
    A Weekly Article
    The Outlook, February 7, 1914, pp. 326-328
  19. Commerce and Finance
    The Economic Aspects of Current News
    The Outlook, February 14, 1914, pp. 375-378
  20. Commerce and Finance
    Bond Distribution: Its Problems, Processes, and Machinery
    The Outlook, February 21, 1914, pp. 428-430
  21. Commerce and Finance
    Things Financial and Otherwise in England
    The Outlook, July 4, 1914, pp. 554-556
  22. Commerce and Finance
    The Business Outlook in Continental Europe
    The Outlook, July 11, 1914, pp. 619-621
  23. Commerce and Finance
    Some Economic Notes by an American in England
    The Outlook, July 18, 1914, pp. 671-674
  24. Commerce and Finance
    The Cost of Producing Credit; An Accurate Barometer of Trade; Some Unnecessary Expenses...
    The Outlook, June 6, 1914, pp. 310-312
  25. Commerce and Finance
    Some of the Best Books on Business (First Article)
    The Outlook, June 13, 1914, pp. 364-367
  26. Commerce and Finance
    Some of the Best Books on Business (Second Article)
    The Outlook, June 20, 1914, pp. 417-419
  27. Commerce and Finance
    English and American Business Methods
    The Outlook, June 27, 1914, pp. 496-498
  28. Commerce and Finance
    Shall the Agencies of Government Become Agencies of Economic Destruction?
    The Outlook, March 21, 1914, pp. 642-646
  29. Commerce and Finance
    Reflections on Recent News of the Business World
    The Outlook, May 2, 1914, pp. 40-42
  30. Commerce and Finance
    The Outlook, May 9, 1914, pp. 89-91
  31. Commerce and Finance
    Speculation---The Wisdom of Restricting It by Law or Otherwise
    The Outlook, May 16, 1914, pp. 128-131
  32. Commerce and Finance
    The Outlook, May 23, 1914, pp. 209-211
  33. Commerce and Finance
    The Problem of Railway Rates
    The Outlook, November 25, 1914, pp. 728-731
  34. Commerce and Finance
    Three Months of War: Looking Backward and Forward
    The Outlook, October 28, 1914, pp. 500-502
  35. Commerce and Finance
    A Great Financial Emergency: How It Has Been Met
    The Outlook, September 2, 1914, pp. 17-18
  36. Commerce and Finance
    The Cotton Surplus and the U.S. Treasury - How the Problem Has Been Solved
    The Outlook, September 9, 1914, pp. 96-99
  37. Commerce and Finance
    The Commercial Opportunities of the United States. "The Great Illusion" and a Word of C...
    The Outlook, September 16, 1914, pp. 155-157
  38. Commerce and Finance
    Notes on Recent Economic News and Events
    The Outlook, February 24, 1915, pp. 483-487
  39. Commerce and Finance
    Public Opinion and the Sherman Law
    The Outlook, March 24, 1915, pp. 730-734
  40. Commerce and Finance
    The Outlook, October 27, 1915, pp. 521-523
  41. Commerce and Finance
    Intelligent vs. Unintelligent Speculation
    The Outlook, September 22, 1915, pp. 234-236
  42. Commerce and Finance: Bond Distribution
    A Weekly Article
    The Outlook, March 14, 1914, pp. 598-601
  43. Commerce and Finance: Gasoline and Agriculture
    The Outlook, July 28, 1915, pp. 760-766
  44. Commerce and Finance: Some Present Aspects
    A Weekly Article
    The Outlook, February 28, 1914, pp. 499-502
  45. Commerce and Finance: The Workshop of England
    The Outlook, July 25, 1914, pp. 750-751
  46. Commercena and Finance
    Notes upon Current Economic News and Books
    The Outlook, March 7, 1914, pp. 556-559
  47. The Comptroller of the Currency
    The Man and the Job
    The Outlook, June 5, 1918, pp. 230-231
  48. An Economic Alliance with the Allies
    The Outlook, March 28, 1917, pp. 553-554
  49. The Economic Triangle of the War
    The War's Length---The War Loan---The War Taxes
    The Outlook, May 2, 1917, pp. 26-27
  50. Energizing the Dollar by Borrowing
    The Outlook, December 22, 1915, pp. 998-1000
  51. The Financial Resources of the Allies
    The Outlook, December 27, 1916, pp. 959-963
  52. The Four Corner-Stones of Success
    The Outlook, April 26, 1916, pp. 1002-1005
  53. Gasoline and Agriculture: The Tractor
    The Outlook, June 27, 1917, pp. 334-335
  54. The Government as Railway Manager
    The Size of Its Problem and How It Is Solving It
    The Outlook, August 7, 1918, pp. 551-552
  55. The Government as Railway Manager
    Humanizing the Science of Railroading
    The Outlook, September 4, 1918, pp. 19-22
  56. Government Operation of the Railways
    Has It Come to Stay? The Larger View. The Probable Effect upon the Value of Railway Sec...
    The Outlook, January 16, 1918, p. 102
  57. The Great Insurance Adventure
    The Outlook, January 1, 1919, pp. 20-22
  58. If England Suspends Gold Payments
    The Outlook, October 25, 1916, pp. 463-466
  59. The Index Number Wage
    A Scientific Method for Adjusting Wages to the Cost of Living
    The Outlook, April 30, 1919, p. 742
  60. King Cotton: In Field, Mill, and Mart
    The Outlook, March 28, 1914, pp. 714-722
  61. Looking Ahead in the Business World
    The Outlook, January 29, 1919, pp. 187-188
  62. Looking Forward as We Glance Backward
    The Outlook, January 19, 1921, pp. 92-93
  63. "Men Are Square"
    A Study of Profit Sharing and Industrial Democracy
    The Outlook, December 31, 1919, pp. 576-577
  64. A New Reason for Subscribing to the Liberty Loan
    The Outlook, May 30, 1917, pp. 194-197
  65. Painless Taxation
    A Possible Substitute for the Income Tax
    The Outlook, July 14, 1920, pp. 496-497
  66. Patriotism a Higher Self-Interest
    The Outlook, February 28, 1917, p. 358
  67. The Peril of Thinking in Billions
    A Letter which Explains Itself
    The Outlook, April 17, 1918, p. 618
  68. The Present Duty of Saying: "No, I Can't Afford It"
    The Outlook, August 29, 1917, pp. 658-659
  69. President Wilson and Prosperity
    The Outlook, August 23, 1916, pp. 998-1001
  70. Prices and Prosperity
    Their Inverse Relation; Some Rudimentary Economics
    The Outlook, January 24, 1917, p. 148
  71. A Prophecy of Prosperity
    The Outlook, September 27, 1916, pp. 225-227
  72. The Psychology of the Market-Place
    The Outlook, June 23, 1915, pp. 469-472
  73. The Rainbow in the Financial Clouds
    The Outlook, December 15, 1920, pp. 693-697
  74. The School and the Workaday Beyond
    The Outlook, October 1, 1919, pp. 178-179
  75. Shall We Have a War Bank?
    The Outlook, February 13, 1918, pp. 256-257
  76. Should We Restrict the Cotton Crop?
    The North American Review, Winter 1926, pp. 590-593
  77. Some Economic Aspects of Idealism
    The Outlook, February 26, 1919, pp. 341-342
  78. Some Homely Economics
    The Outlook, July 9, 1919, pp. 398-399
  79. The Valley of the Lower Rio Grande
    Where Water is Made to Run Up-Hill
    The Outlook, November 30, 1921, pp. 525-526
  80. The War and the Schoolboy
    The Outlook, July 17, 1918, p. 461
  81. The War Costs and the War Debt
    The Outlook, September 25, 1918, p. 134
  82. War, Commerce, and American Citizenship
    The Outlook, May 26, 1915, pp. 224-225
  83. The War-Induced Economy
    The Outlook, August 25, 1915, pp. 1003-1006
  84. The War's Effect upon Our Economic Philosophy
    The Outlook, June 4, 1919, pp. 203-204
  85. Will Europe Repudiate Her War Debt?
    The Outlook, April 28, 1915, pp. 971-976
  86. 25,000,000 Subscribers to the Third Liberty Loan
    How to Get Them
    The Outlook, April 10, 1918, pp. 579-580
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